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150 Schenker, N. August 1983, revised November 1983 Qualms about bootstrap confidence intervals.
149 Draper, D. July 1983 A review of some approaches to the analysis of compositional data.
148 Thisted, R. July 10, 1983 An appraisal of statistical graphics. Statistics: An Appraisal, edited by H. A. David and H. T. David, eds., Iowa State University Press, (1984), pp. 605–624.
147 Draper, D. June 1983 On fitting rectangular hyperbolas: The effects of random variation.
146 Shott, S. January 1983 Limit theorems for mixing arrays. (Ph.D. dissertation).
145 Draper, D. November 1982 Rank-based robust analysis of linear models. III. Empirical findings.
144 Draper, D. October 1982 Rank-based robust analysis of linear models. II.Estimation of the asymptotic variance of rank-based estimators and associated statistics.
143 Schafer, D. December 1982 Use of the correction for attenuation estimator with judgmental information. (Ph.D. dissertation).
142 Wong, W. H. October 1982 Accumulation of information and partial likelihood.
141 Tanner, M. A. August 1982 Nonparametric estimation of the hazard function from censored data. (Ph.D. dissertation).
140 Wong, W. H. August 1982 A note on the modified likelihood for density estimation. Journal of the American Statistical Association, Vol. 78, 1983, pp. 461–463.
139 Wong, W. H. August 1982 On the consistency of cross-validation in kernel nonparametric regression. Annals of Statistics, Vol. 11, 1983, pp. 1136–1141.
138 Gilula, Z., and Haberman, S. 1982 Maximum likelihood estimation for exponential families under parameter restraints.
137 Tanner, M. and Wong, W. H. June 1982 Data-based nonparametric estimation of the hazard function with applications to model diagnostics and exploratory analysis. Journal of the American Statistical Association, Vol. 79, No. 385, 1984, pp. 174–182.
136 Bahadur, R., Chandra, T. K., and Lambert, D. March 1982 Some further properties of likelihood ratios on general sample spaces.
135 Tanner, M. February 1982 Nearest neighbor and variable kernel estimators of the hazard function from randomly censored data.
134 Tanner, M. and Wong, W. February 1982 The estimation of the hazard function from randomly censored data by the kernel method. The Annals of Statistics, Vol. 11, No. 3, 1983, pp. 989–993.
133 Brown, C. H. August 1981 Missing values in factor analysis. (Ph.D. dissertation).
132 Thisted, R. July 1981 Decision-theoretic regression diagnostics. Statistical Decision Theory and Related Topics III, Vol. 2 (1982), S. S. Gupta and J. Berger, eds. Academic Press: New York, pp. 363–382.
131 Sen, P. K. March 1981 Estimation of first crossing time distributions for some generalized Brownian motion processes relative to upper class boundaries. (Ph.D. dissertation).
130 Keenan, D. December 1980 Time series analysis of binary data. (Ph.D. dissertation).
129 Fill, J. December 1980 Convergence rates related to the strong law of large numbers. (Ph.D. dissertation).
128 Thisted, R. February 1981, revised April 12, 1981 The effect of personal computers on statistical practice. Computer Science and Statistics: Thirteenth Symposium on the Interface (1981). Edited by W. F. Eddy, pp. 25–30.
127 Wong, W. April 1981 On constrained splines and their approximations. Numerische Mathematik, Vol. 43, 1984, pp. 141–152.
126 Janson, S. and Wichura, M. J. April 1981 Invariance principles for stochastic area and related stochastic integrals. Stochastic Processes and their Applications, Vol. 16, 1983, pp. 71–84, North-Holland.
125 Gilula, Z., Karrison, T., and Meier, P. January 1981 On the edge (boundary) effect on the nearest neighbor distribution.
124 Schneider, M., Karrison, T., and Meier, P. December 1980 The effect of packing density and boundaries in the anlysis of spatial patterns.
123 Goodman, L. A. Criteria for determining whether certain categories in a cross-classification table should be combined, with special reference to occupational categories in an occupational mobility table. American Journal of Sociology, Vol. 87, No. 3, 1981, pp. 612–650.
122 Wichura, M. September 15, 1980 Formulator User's Manual Version 1.
121 Bahadur, R. September 1980 On large deviations of maximum likelihood and related estimations. Recent Advances in Statistics: Papers Presented in Honor of Herman Chernoff, Academic Press, 1983.
120 Haberman, S. July 1980 Remarks on an exponential family of probability distributions for directed graphs. Journal of the American Statistical Association, Vol. 76, (1981, pp. 60–61.
119 Gilula, Z. January 1980, revised May 1980 Some properties of Pearson's chi-square for two-way contingency tables.
118 Gilula, Z. June 1980 Probabilistic features of Pearson's chi-square for independence in two-way contingency tables.
117 Haberman, S. July 1980 Analysis of dispersion of multinomial responses. Journal of the American Statistical Association, Vol. 77, 1982, pp. 568–580.
116 Gilula, Z. , Karrison, T., and Meier, P. July 1980 The effect of diameter or zones of inhibition in the analysis of spatial patterns.
115 Haberman, S. June 1980 Tests for independence in two-way contingency tables based on canonical correlation and on linear-by-linear interaction. Annals of Statistics, Vol. 9, No. 6, 1981, pp. 1178–1186.
114 Kass, R. June 1980 The Riemannian structure of model spaces a geometrical approach to inference. (Ph.D. dissertation).
113 Sampson, P. June 1980 A family of elliptical distributions on a hypersphere.
112 Thisted, R. and Tanner, M. May 1980 A remark on AS 127: Generation of random orthogonal matrices. Applied Statistics, Vol. 31, 1982, pp. 190–192.
111 Lahiff, M. May 1980 Time-series forecasting with informative prior distributions.
110 Sampson, P. May 1980 Statistical analysis of shape with conic sections and an elliptical distribution on a hypersphere.
109 Sampson, P. May 1980 Dental arch shape: A statistical analysis using conic sections. American Journal of Orthodontics, Vol. 79, No. 5, 1981, pp. 535–548.
108 Gilula, Z. May 1980 On least squares approximation of probability matrices.
107 Haberman, S. April 1980 Measures of association. Encyclopedia of Statistical Sciences, S. Kotz and N. L. Johnson, eds., New York: Wiley, Vol. 1, pp. 130–137.
106 Heller, B. March 1980 Special functions and the characterization of probability distributions by constant regression of polynomial statistics on the mean. (Ph.D. dissertation).
105 Sampson, P. March 1980 Fitting conic sections to "very scattered" data: An iterative refinement of the Bookstein algorithm.
104 Bahadur, R. March 1980 A note on the effective variance of randomly stopped means. Statistics and Probability: Essays in Honor of C. R. Rao, 1982, pp. 39–43, North-Holland Publishing Co.
103 Tanner, M. March 1980 A review of several log-linear model programs.
102 Goodman, L. A. Association models, the bivariate normal, and Yule-Plackett association in the analysis of cross-classifications having ordered categories. Biometrika, Vol. 68, 1981, p. 347.
101 Goodman, L. A. Association models and canonical correlation in the analysis of cross-classifications of ordered categories. Journal of the American Statistical Association, Vol. 76, No. 374, 1981, pp. 320–334.
100 Haberman, S. October 1979 A note on the conditional moments of a multivariate normal distribution confined to a convex set. Journal of Multivariate Analysis, Vol. 10, No. 3, 1980.
99 Haberman, S. Log-concave likelihoods and maximum likelihood estimation.
98 Bahadur, R., Gupta, J., and Zabell, S. October 1979 Large deviations, tests, and estimates. Asymptotic Theory of Statistical Tests and Estimation (Hoeffding Volume), 1979, pp. 33–67. Academic Press.
97 Welsh, A. H. Implementing empirical characteristic function procedures.
96 Thisted, R. August 1979 Comment on "A critique of some ridge regression methods." Journal of the American Statistical Association, Vol. 75, 1980, pp. 81–86.
95 Andersson, S. and Perlman, M. August 1979 Two testing problems relating the real and complex multivariate normal distributions.
94 Thisted, R. and Morris, C. September 1979 Theoretical results for adaptive ordinary ridge regression estimators.
93 Zabell, S. and Malament D. August 1979 Why Gibbs phase averages work the role of ergodic theory.
92 Gilula, Z. July 1979 On Pearson's chi square state for independence for two-way contingency tables.
91 Thisted, R. May 1979 Comments on SPSS statistical algorithms.
90 Goodman, L. A. May 1979 Some simple models for the analysis of dependence in cross-classifications having ordered categories.
89 Goodman, L. A. May 1979 Three elementary views of log-linear models for the analysis of cross-classifications having ordered categories. Sociological Methodology 1981. Edited by S. Leinhardt. San Francisco, California: Jossey-Bass, 1981, p. 193.
88 Gilula, Z. May 1979 The singular value decomposition of probability matrices: A multivariate latent class application.
87 Hall, R., Kanter, M., and Perlman, M. April 1979 Inequalities for the probability content of a rotated square and related convolutions. Annals of Probability, Vol. 8, No. 4, 1980, pp. 802–813.
86 Gilula, Z. April 1979 On testing heterogeneity in two-way unordered contingency tables by means of multiple comparisons.
85 Gilula, Z. April 1979 An inequality concerning a joint distribution of two discrete random variables.
84 Bailey, K. March 1979 The general maximum likelihood approach to the Cox regression model. (Ph. D. dissertation).
83 McCullagh, P. February 1979 The use of the logistic function in the analysis of ordinal data. Proceedings of the ISI, Manila, 1979.
82 Haberman, S. February 1979 Exponential adjustment.
81 Sager, T. and Thisted, R. February 1979 Maximum likelihood estimation of isotonic modal regression. Annals of Statistics, Vol. 10, 1982, pp. 690–707.
80 Friedman, M. December 1978 Analysis of survival data with covariates and censoring using a piecewise exponential model. (Ph. D. dissertation).
79 Gilula, Z. January 1979 The singular value decomposition of probability matrices: The general latent model and applications.
78 Zabell, S. December 1978 Rates of convergence for conditional expectations.
77 Meier, P. and Zabell, S. January 1979 Benjamin Peirce and the Howland will. Journal of the American Statistical Association, Vol. 75, No. 371, 1980, pp. 497–506.
76 Garber, D., and Zabell, S. November 1978 On the emergence of probability.
75 McCullagh, P. Octobert 1978 The analysis of matched pairs with qualitative data.
74 Thisted, R. and Wecker, W. October 1978 Predicting a multitude of time series. Journal of the American Statistical Association, Vol. 75, 1980, pp. 81–86.
73 Goodman, L. A. October 1978 Multiplicative models for square contingency tables having ordered categories: Aided vision in the analysis of unaided vision. Biometrika, Vol. 66, No. 3, 1979, pp. 413–418.
72 Gilula, Z. October 1978 The singular value decomposition of probability matrices. A latent class interpretation. Part I. Probabilistic aspects of latent dichotomous variables.
71 Perlman, M. September 1978 Unbiasedness of multivariate tests: Recent results. Proceedings of the Fifth international Symposium on Multivariate Analysis, ed. P. ÊR. Krishnaiah.
70 Perlman, M. and Olkin, I. September 1978 Unbiasedness of invariant tests for MANOVA and other multivariate problems.
69 Lin, S. P. September 1978 An improved procedure for the estimation of a correlation matrix.
68 Marden, J. April 1978 Invariant tests on covariance matrices.
67 Goodman, L. A. August 1978 A note on quasi-independent triangular contingency tables. Biometrics, Vol. 35, 1979, pp. 651–655.
66 Thisted, R. July 1978 Multicollinearity, information, and ridge regression.
65 Haberman, S. July 1978 Maximum-likelihood estimation and testing of fit for exponential response models with indirectly observed responses.
64 Haberman, S. July 1978 Measures of prediction for multinomial responses.
63 Goodman, L. A. June 1978 Causal analysis of data from surveys: A guide for the perplexed. American Journal of Sociology, Vol. 84, No. 5, pp. 1078–1095.
62 McCullagh, P. June 1978 Analysis of ordered categorized data. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Vol. B, No. 42, 1980, pp. 109–142.
61 Goodman, L. A. 1978 Simple models for the analysis of association in cross-classifications having ordered row categories and ordered column categories. Journal of the American Statististical Association, Vol. 74, No. 367, 1979, pp. 537–552.
60 Goodman, L. A. 1978 The analysis of cross-classified data: Prologue and epilogue. Printed in a Hungarian translation under the title "Kereszt-tablazott adatok elemzese: Prologus es Epilogus," in A Keresztablak Elemzesenek Ujabb Modszerei: Goodman Modelljei (New Methods for the Analysis of Cross-Classification Tables: Goodman's Models), Modszertani Fuzetek (Methodology Lectures), Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Sociology, 1979.
59 Goodman, L. A. 1978 On the estimation of parameters in latent structure analysis. Psychometrika, Vol. 44, No. 1, 1979.
58 Perlman, M. April 1978 Unbiasedness of the likelihood ratio tests for equality of several covariance matrices and equality of several multivariate normal populations.
57 Thisted, R. May 1978 On generalized ridge regression.
56 Goodman, L. A. May 1978 Multiplicative models for the analysis of occupational mobility tables and other kinds of cross-classification tables. American Journal of Sociology, Vol. 84, No. 4, 1979, pp. 804–819.
55 Lin, S.-P. August 1977 Improved procedures for estimating a correlation matrix. (Ph. D. dissertation).
54 De Wet, A. August 1977 Improved procedures for estimating a correlation matrix. (Ph. D. dissertation).
53 Haberman, S. February 1978 A note on the conditional covariance operator of a multivariate normal distribution confined to a convex set.
52 Marden, J. February 1978 Complete class theorems for invariant tests in multivariate analysis.
51 Goodman, L. A. February 1978 A note on multiplicative models for the analysis of occupational mobility tables and other kinds of cross-classification tables. Journal of Sociology 84 (1979): 804.
50 Goodman, L. A. February 1978 The analysis of qualitative variables using more parsimonious quasi-independence models, scaling models, and latent structures that fit the observed data. Qualitative and Quantitative Social Research: Papers in Honor of Paul F. Lazarsfeld. Edited by R. K. Merton, J. S. Coleman, and P. H. Rossi, New York: Free Press, 1979.
49 Goodman, L. A. February 1978 How not to analyze nonrecursive systems pertaining to qualitative variables. Political Methodology, Vol. 4, No. 23, 1977.
48 Wichura, M. November 1977 On the probability of a symmetric stable process crossing a bottom outer boundary. Z. für Wahrscheinlichkeitstheorie, 1979, pp. 195–203.
47 Kruskal, W. and Mosteller, F. September 1977 Representative sampling. International Statistical Review, Vol. 47, 1979, pp. 12–24. Longman Group Limited: Great Britain.
46 Thisted, R. August 1977 Teaching statistical computing using computer packages. American Statistician, Vol. 33, 1979, pp. 27–35.
45 Perlman, M. and Marden, J. July 1977 Invariant tests for means with covariates.
44 Zabell, S. August 1977 Continuous versions of regular conditional distributions.
43 Haberman, S. June 1977 Analysis of Qualitative Data, Volume I: Introductory Topics. New York: Academic Press. 1978. Analysis of Qualitative Data, Volume II: New Developments. New York: Academic Press. 1979.
42 Wallace, D. L. March 1977 Pearson curves as asymptotic approximations.
41 Izenman, A. and Fill, J. January 1977 The algebra of m-tone rows.
40 Zabell, S. November 1976 Arbuthnot, Heberden, and the Bills of Mortality.
39 Kruskal, W. Ocrober 1976 Formulas, numbers, words. The American Scholar, Vol. 47, No. 2, 1978.
38 Izenman, A. and Zabell, S. October 1976 Babies and the blackout: A time series analysis of New York City birth data.
37 Koziol, J. October 1976 A test for bivariate symmetry based on the empirical distribution function.
36 Bahadur, R. and Zabell, S. January 1977 Large deviations of the sample mean in general vector spaces. The Annals of Probability, Vol. 7, No. 4, 1979, pp. 587–621.
35 Thisted, R. September 1976 User documentation and control language: Evaluation and comparison of statistical computer packages. Computers and Education, Vol. 3, 1979, pp. 135–141.
34 Koziol, J. and Reid, N. September 1976 On multiple comparisons among K samples subject to unequal patterns of censorship.
33 Koziol, J. and Reid, N. August 1976 On multiple comparisons among K populations differing by scale parameters.
32 Izenman, A. and Rinott, Y. August 1976 Sequential designs for replacements in exponential life tests.
31 Little, R. August 1976 Maximum likelihood inference for multiple regression with missing values: A simulation study
30 Rinott, Y. August 1976 An inequality for multivariate normal probabilities with application to a design problem.
29 Perlman, M. and Eaton, M. August 1976 Generating 0(n) with reflections.
28 Perlman, M. July 1976 Reflection groups, generalized Schur functions, and the geometry of majorization. The Annals of Probability, Vol. 5, No. 6, 1977, pp. 829–860.
27 Haberman, S. July 1976 Maximum likelihood estimates in exponential response models. Cartography, Auto-carto II, September 21-25, 1975. (Published in 1977). Pp. 27-36.
26 Little, R. July 1976 Recent developments in inference about means and regression coefficients for a multivariate sample with missing values.
25 Haberman, S. May 1976 Recent developments in the analysis of qualitative data.
24 Haberman, S. May 1976 Log-linear models and frequency tables with small expected cell counts.
23 Machado, S. June 1976 Transformations of multivariate data and tests for multivariate normality. (Ph.D. dissertation).
22 Haberman, S. March 1976 Generalized residuals for log-linear models. Proceedings of the 9th International Biometrics Conference, Vol. 1, 1976, pp. 104–172.
21 Lin, L.-Y. March 1976 Maximum likelihood estimation for exponential families with non-linear constraints on the natural parameter space. (Ph. D. dissertation).
20 Perlman, M. January 1976 A note on the matrix-variate F distribution.
19 Perlman, M. and Koziol, J. January 1976 Combining independent chi-square tests. Journal of the American Statistical Society , Vol. 73, No. 364, 1978, pp. 753–763.
18 Kruskal, W. January 1976 Visions of maps and graphs. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Computer-Assisted Cartography, Auto-carto II, September 21–25, 1975. (Published in 1977). Pp. 27-36.
17 Little, R. November 1975 Inference about means from incomplete multivariate data.
16 Haberman, S. November 1975 Iterative scaling procedures for log-linear models for frequency tables derived by indirect observation. Proceedings of the American Statistical Association (Statistical Computing Section), 1975, pp. 45–50.
15 Bahadur, R. July 1975 A note on UMV estimates and ancillary statistics. Contributions to Statistics (Hajek Memorial Volume), Academia (Prague), 1979, pp. 19–24.
14 Meier, Allison, D. Majeune, M. and Cohen, E. June 1975 Antigen expression of mouse spleen mu thymocyte heterokaryons. Cell, Vol. 6, 1975, pp. 521–527.
13 Meier, P. and Ferguson, D. May 1975 esults of the treatment of mammary cancer at The University of Chicago, 1960-69. Surgical Clinics of North America, Vol. 56, 1976, pp. 103–109.
12 Goodman, L. A. May 1975 A new model for scaling response patterns: An application of the quasi-independence concept. Journal of the American Statistical Association, Vol. 70, No. 352, 1975, pp. 755–768.
11 Goodman, L. A. February 1975 A note on the relationship between two statistics pertaining to tests of three-factor interaction in contingency tables. Journal of the American Statistical Association, Vol. 70, No. 351, 1975, pp. 624–625.
10 Haberman, S. January 1975 Log-linear models and sparse frequency tables.
9 Goodman, L. A. November 1974 The relationship between the modified and the more usual multiple-regression approach to the analysis of dichotomous variables. In D. R. Heise (ed.) Sociological Methodology 1976. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
8 Little, R. December 1974 Missing values in multiple regression.
7 Haberman, S. October 1974 Product models for frequent tables involving indirect observation. Annals of Statistics, Vol. 5, No. 6, 1977, pp. 1124–1147.
6 Haberman, S. September 1974 How much do Gauss-Markov and least squares estimates differ? A coordinate-free approach. Annals of Statistics, Vol. 3, No. 4, 1975, pp. 982–990.
5 Haberman, S. September 1974, revised July 1975 Maximum likelihood estimates in exponential response models.
4 Perlman, M. and Rasmussen, U. September 1974 Some remarks on estimating a noncentrality parameter.
3 Kruskal, W. August 1974 The geometry of generalized inverses.Journal of the Royal Statistical Society B, Vol. 37, No. 2, 1975, pp. 272–283.
2 Meier, P. June 1974 Estimation of a distribution function from incomplete observations. Perspectives in Probability and Statistics (Papers in Honour of M. S. Bartlett) J. Gani, editor. Applied Probability Trust: Sheffield, England, 1975, pp. 67–87.
1 Meier, P. March 1974 Statistics and medical experimentation. Biometrics, Vol. 31, 1975, pp. 511–529.